2019’s most-read posts

by Dan Roberts

As we start a new year, it’s interesting to see the most-read articles of the last 12 months.

They are split into the most popular new articles in 2019 and the timeless classics that are still being read regularly.

As with last year, there’s a good mix of IoT, Simulation, PLM and BIM, along with some Event reviews.

I hope you enjoy reading these again, or discovering some that you missed.

Have a great 2020.

Here’s the list:

New Articles

  1. The Engineering Software Pyramid
    An exploration of the available market for engineering software, noting where the untapped potential is.
  2. Come-on, PLM!
    The Digital Twin concept is creating an opportunity for PLM providers. This article suggests how PLM providers can elbow their way to the front of the queue.
  3. The growth areas for BIM Design software 2017-2022
    Cambashi’s new BIM Design software observatory shows a number of high growth countries. Not all of them are the usual suspects.
  4. Cambashi Launches the Industrial IoT Charter Program
    Cambashi’s industry-led IoT Charter Program is delivering valuable results in defining the industrial IoT market and providing quantitative and qualitative market data.
  5. Cambashi Insight – Dassault Systèmes Industry Analyst Meeting
    Dassault Systèmes (3DS) executives presented their 3DEXPERIENCE strategy. Cambashi gives its analysis.

Older articles that are still popular

  1. Open or Closed Innovation
    The advantages and disadvantages of open or closed innovation. The benefits and challenges of an open approach.
  2. Siemens goes all-in on Digital Twin
    Summary and notes from the Siemens Innovation Day Dec 2017. Explanation of (and commentary on) the Digital Twin concept.
  3. CAE Simulation tools market size up to $5.37bn worldwide
    Cambashi has launched another new market data resource, the Cambashi CAE Observatory. This observatory provides a comprehensive, quantitative view of the Computer Aided Engineering software market. The observatory ensures a sound basis for analyzing size, growth, movement and other trends to support market planning.
  4. 3 Powerful Reasons to use Horizon Graphs in your Market Intelligence
    Presenting data in visually useful and interesting ways is an important part of my job at Cambashi. Try these charts for South Korea.
  5. New Observatory: BIM Design Software solutions worth $3bn across 57 countries
    Cambashi’s new BIM Design Observatory provides market data and growth forecasts for 8 categories of BIM Design software in 57 countries. Get a sample here.

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